1. Girlfriend Collective
Although the brand is primarily known for their leggings made from recycled water bottles, other pieces in their collection are produced using recycled nylon, polyester, spandex, and even fishing nets.
2. Mother of Pearl
Mother of Pearl is extremely transparent about its supply chain and uses a number of natural fibers like cotton, silk, wool, and Tencel.
3. Ninety Percent
The name of the brand comes from its mission to donate 90% of the profits to charity as well as to “those who make our collection happen.” All pieces they offer can safely be considered wardrobe staples to every woman.
4. Faithful The Brand
If you notice a design trend in the brand’s clothing line, it is because they are all produced and manufactured in Bali as a result of collaborations with local ethical factories and artisans.
They use recycled polyester, water bottles, and other recycled fabrics to create comfy and stylish sweatshirts, shirts, pants, you name it. The brand went a step further and promised to get rid of all plastic in its supply chain by next year.
6. Allbirds — Sustainable Shoes
Now, let’s talk about shoes for a sec. Allbirds shoes are made using eco-conscious materials, such as trees, wool, and sugarcane. Yes, sugarcane!
7. Mara Hoffman
The summer-feel fashion brand has everything your hot vacation needs. From Moroccan-inspired bathing suits to polka-dotted dresses!
You can find everything from bridal dresses to swimwear and business chic suits. They have a sister line called Reformation Jeans where you can find more affordable yet sustainable jeans.
Athleta is one of the sustainable fashion brands that keep searching for ways to further improve their products. They even have an entire line of eco-conscious items